Definition of fleshpots in English:

fleshpots

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Pronunciation: /ˈflɛʃpɒts
 
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noun

Places providing luxurious or hedonistic living: he had lived the life of a roué in the fleshpots of London and Paris
More example sentences
  • Even so, they knew they had to shun London's fleshpots, since they had only two trains they could catch after the game, the 7.30 pm and the 8.30 pm - the latter being the very last they could take north on a Saturday night.
  • After their wild night in the fleshpots and hotspots of Leeds, the boys, together with a trio of female friends head to Mull.
  • This travel writer shuns the baking, bleached fleshpots of Tenerife's southern climes to find a different kind of holiday in the north of the island…

Origin

early 16th century: with biblical allusion to the fleshpots of Egypt (Exod. 16:3).

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